Tai Chi for Energy – 8 Lessons with Dr. Paul Lam
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Relax, refresh and revitalize in eight easy lessons with Dr Paul Lam
Tai Chi for Energy is comprised of two different tai chi styles, Chen and Sun. Chen style is vigorous and complex, integrating fast and slow movements with powerful spiral force. Sun style incorporates unique qigong (life energy) and has agile steps, incorporating powerful qigong movements for healing. These two seemingly contrasting styles have complementary internal energy.
Using his deep understanding of tai chi principles and over 30 years of teaching experience, Dr Paul Lam has combined the two styles to create a unique synergy that gives you more energy than the sum of two styles. With regular practice and in a relatively short period of time, this program will improve your health and wellness, internal energy, and ability to manage stress.
A Revitalizing Program with Dr Paul Lam
We invite you to explore this unique program within the comfort of your home. Dr Lam will guide you, step-by-step, through each movement of the Tai Chi for Energy set as though you are in his class. You will learn from different angles, with close ups, repetitions and diagrams, while dividing each form into small sections so you can follow along with ease. Throughout the lessons, Dr Lam will explain the tai chi principles and how to use them to improve your tai chi.
At the end of the program, Dr Lam demonstrates the entire set with both front- and back-on views.
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